5 Books You Need to Read in 2019

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As 2019 draws to a close, this is a great time to begin to reevaluate where you have come in 2019 as you set your course for 2020. To that end, Jacques Sassin shares 5 books that you should definitely read before 2020 if you want to get off to a good start.

Put These Books on Your Reading List

The following 5 books are ideal for putting you into the right mindset to attract wealth, whether it be through financial planning or merely understanding the importance of being flexible in the face of unexpected change. Keep reading the blog as Jacques Sassin reveals 5 highly-recommended books that are sure to invite success into your life in 2020.

1. Think Rich & Grow Rich by Napolean Hill

This self-help classic focuses not just on financial wealth, but on the importance of personal relationships as well. Napoleon Hill penned this gem in 1937, during the Great Depression, yet it as just as relevant today as it ever was before – the fact that it has sold over 100 million copies around the globe to date stands testament to this.

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2. Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson

For a lighthearted read that will take just a few hours off your afternoon but change your perspective forever, treat your mind to Who Moved My Cheese? This profound novel takes the form of a children’s story about 2 mice and 2 ‘little people’ who learn the value of being proactive and flexible in the face of change. By the time you have finished this book and seen ‘the writing on the wall,’ you will have a whole new outlook on change.

3. Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

Another personal growth classic, Rich Dad Poor Dad is a financial self-help book that is a collection of stories, loosely based on author Robert Kiyosaki’s life. Written in 1997 in collaboration with Sharon Lechter, Bibhupada Prarihari, Prajwal Kumar Biswal & Master Deepak Kumar Dash, this best-seller highlights the significance of true financial literacy, emphasizing the importance of financial independence in building wealth.

4. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey

Penned by Stephen Covey in 1989, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is a business-centric self-help book that has topped many best-selling charts over the years. Covey’s analysis of ethics and morals as a foundation on which to build wealth and happiness is a philosophy that will resound with business people from all walks of life.

5. The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles

Written & published in 1910 by author Wallace D. Wattles, The Science of Getting Rich was a formative text of the disruptive New Thought Movement and is still in print today. Focusing on the creation of wealth and opportunity, this book is a practical guide for overcoming the mental barriers that hold you back from meeting your full potential and unlocking the hidden key to attracting the wealth you truly deserve.

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